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RILEYS Tynemouth Riley's Fish Shack Tynemouth

Save Your Summer with an unforgettable visit to Northumberland, North Tyneside and NewcastleGateshead.

Visit North East England and make a short break of it. Find a home from home in NewcastleGateshead to soak up its iconic landmarks, culture, restaurants and shopping. Take a day trip from the city to North Tyneside’s stunning coast for a taste of laid-back beach life, watersports aplenty and quirky towns to explore, or stay longer if that's the life for you. Spend a night or two in Northumberland and follow the footsteps of the Romans along Hadrian’s Wall, visit one of its many castles (including the setting for Harry Potter’s Hogwarts!) or lose yourself in the 400 square mile adventure playground, Northumberland National Park.

Druridge Bay summer squarer Druridge Bay, Northumberland

Urban adventure, rugged coastline and rural landscapes all bursting with memorable experiences.

First timers to North East England will be wowed by the fact that city, coast and countryside are all within a hop, skip and a jump of one another. Get a refreshing start to the day with a surf lesson at Tynemouth Surf Co, head back into NewcastleGateshead for an afternoon of culture at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and then spend the evening stargazing the pristine skies at Northumberland International Dark Sky Park.

Kielder summer Kielder Water & Forest Park

Win a holiday to NewcastleGateshead, Northumberland and North Tyneside for up to a family of four.

The four-night break includes a three-course dinner, bed and breakfast at Maldron Hotel Newcastle, a surfing lesson with Tynemouth Surf Co, a meal at Trenchers in Whitley Bay, a £40 voucher for events at Kielder Observatory in Northumberland and a three-night stay at nearby Clear Sky Lodge Park Kielder.

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What to do if you contract coronavirus while on holiday

If you develop any signs of the coronavirus while staying in overnight accommodation in England, it's important to follow government guidance to help minimise the spread of COVID-19. Section 3.4 of the government FAQs on what you can and can't do outlines the steps you should take.